In countries like Rwanda, the Maternal and Child Survival Program is working to protect children from diseases and to improve their access to lifesaving treatments. This includes building capacity to plan, leverage resources, and scale up high-impact, cost-effective child health interventions. It also means extending child health services to hard-to-reach populations and those with limited access to services.
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Rebecca Fields and Robert Steinglass: Make vaccination a reality for all children “This will give mothers peace of mind.” “This will reduce my fear of my child dying of pneumonia.” “This will reduce the number of trips mothers make to the health center.” “This will save me money if my child doesn’t get sick.” “We … Continue reading “MDG 4: Delivering on the Promise of Immunization”